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Terrazzo Flooring & Rustic Terrazzo

Explore the endless design flexibility, superior durability, and simple maintenance of Terrazzo Flooring. Terrazzo flooring will withstand the most grueling of traffic, which makes it an ideal solution for commerical installations. It's durability is only rivaled by an almost infinite array of aesthetic treatments. Terrazzo installations are completetly customizable not only in colors, it's also possible to make intricate designs and mosaics. Trust Allegheny Installations 30+ years of expierience to create a totally customized flooring solution that will last a lifetime.

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What Is The Difference: Terrazzo Vs Rustic Terrazzo

Terrazzo is a composite of a potential variety of aggregate materials that uses a polymeric or cementitious binding agent used to create interior and exterior flooring surface solutions. The aggregate materials consist of marble, quartz, granite, glass or other suitable chips, mixed with a matrix (binder). The Terrazzo mixture is then poured, cured, ground and polished to a uniformly finished surface.

To answer the question "What is the difference between terrazzo and rustic terrazzo?" "Rustic" refers to the rough texture of the finished aggregate surface of the terrazzo. Rustic terrazzo's textured surface provides a slip resistant finish for best traction in wet or icy outdoor environments. Typically exterior applications include sidewalks, walkways, stairs, and entry ways. Traditional Terrazzo flooring in contrast is polished to the sheen of your choice ranging from matte to high gloss.

Both terrazzo and rustic terrazzo are highly customizable and allow for nearly any colors or designs you can imagine. Terrazzo is a luxurious way to accent your facility that is both easy to maintain and extreamly durable.

If you are interested in the endless design options and durability that terrazzo provides at a more moderate price point, we also offer epoxy flake flooring. Our flooring engineers can assist in picking the best options for your application.

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